The brief for Chestnut House was to transform an existing heritage listed double fronted two bedroom, inward facing house into a light filled two storey home for a young family, which can be opened up for social events and connect with the outdoors.
The open, international design competition for the museum buildings to be built in the City Park of Budapest has closed. Almost 500 anonymous projects submitted to this architecture competition. The winners for the three buildings are: Vallet de Martinis DIID architectes, Sou Fujimoto Architects, Középülettervező Zártkörűen Működő Részvénytársaság.
As one of the capital’s highest peaks at around 1000m above sea level, the site affords breezy and moderate weather year round and overlooks views of Jordan’s picturesque terrain and the hills of Jerusalem.
Illustrative Masterplan for Himley Village. The design comprehensively integrates buildings and streets with landscape, including public space, cycle paths, foot paths, bus routes, ancient hedges, orchards and allotments.
Aedas announces that UK architectural practice RHWL, and its specialist cultural and public building subsidiary Arts Team, has joined its global network. These units are now known as Aedas RHWL and Aedas Arts Team respectively. As part of the move, Peter Shaw joins the Global Board of Aedas and continues to lead Aedas RHWL whilst Barry Pritchard leads Aedas Arts Team.
The outer shell, an expressive aluminum and glass façade, is unusual for the city of Berlin, and provides a kind of acupuncture of new architecture amongst Berlin’s traditional stone buildings and glassy modernism.
Sandworm is an organic structure/space/creature realized on the dunes of the Wenduine coastline, Belgium.
The 45 m long and 10 m wide and high installation moves freely in-between architecture and environmental art and is constructed entirely out of willow.
An environmental sculpture for the city of Lugano: tunnels are “wounds” inflicted on geology to facilitate human movements. Their history is ancient, glorious and gory, but today techniques have been refined to the point of making the excavation similar to endoscopic surgery.
Prior to joining Aedas, RHWL has built a strong reputation for the design and delivery of varied projects across the UK, continental Europe and the Middle East for more than 50 years. The architecture practice is one of the most prominent European arts and culture architects.